The target of the project is to increase growth and equitable development as well as community welfare in South Sulawesi; this will be achieved by increasing economic value and the mobility of people and goods including agricultural, industrial, marine, and tourism products.
Indonesia produces 4.8 million tons of plastic waste each year that is “mismanaged”. Octopus wants to reduce that number with a platform making it easier to collect waste products.
Former Labor frontbencher Greg Combet says group will examine viability of infrastructure investment opportunities as Australia tries to move past its reliance on China.
Bureaucratic rivalry and overlapping mandates have prevented the country from pushing ahead with a planned data protection bill.
Several countries have asked Indonesia for rice, hoping the world’s third-largest producer of the grain can help them overcome shortages at home, but experts and farmers see little chance of Indonesia becoming a major exporter in the foreseeable future.
Buy now, pay later services take off in Southeast Asian country where most people don’t have a bank account.
An Australia-Indonesia Business Council healthcare seminar in Brisbane has discussed the needs of Indonesia and how Australian businesses can help facilitate them.
In facing global climate uncertainty and world political instability, Indonesia must be more aware of the current situation and always ensure that Indonesia is able to face the challenges of political instability and the global climate.
Direktur Jenderal Perkeretaaapian Kementerian Perhubungan mempercepat pengerjaan jalur kereta api pertama di Sulawesi. Langkah ini sebagai upaya mengejar target operasi di Oktober 2022.
Garuda Indonesia won overwhelming approval from creditors on Friday for its make-or-break restructuring proposal that staved off bankruptcy for the country’s oldest airline.
An AIBC seminar in Melbourne, “Indonesia: It’s time to take a fresh look”, discussed agribusiness, food and opportunities for trade and investment.
Long before Australia’s new Prime Minister Anthony Albanese made his first bilateral visit to Jakarta, Indonesia’s trust in Australia was already slipping.
Businesses will always have their positives and drawbacks, and the pet breeding business is no different.
Prime minister says, “We can do much more, there is significant opportunity for Australian companies in Indonesia’s growing economy.”